Here’s why Audrey Roloff left 'Little People, Big World'
Sad news for fans of the popular reality series 'Little people, Big world'
Audrey Roloff announced through her Instagram account that she would not be in front of the cameras to record the new season of the popular TLC series.
This decision is taken according to her husband, Jeremy Roloff, who had already determined some time ago that he would no longer remain in the series.
"A year ago I made the decision that this season would be our last," Jeremy wrote. "It has been an amazing run, and I can’t say thank you enough to all of you who have watched and supported us along the ride."
As explained later in the post, this young couple does not leave the program with the intention of "disappearing." On the contrary, there are many projects they have planned and will soon share with all their fans.
Maybe the cute couple is looking for a break from how exhausting life can be in front of a camera. In addition, they will have some relief from the criticism they have received lately due to their abilities as new parents.
As in the case of Jeremy, who was harshly criticized on social networks for playing with little Ember by throwing her in the air. Users commented that this was a very dangerous game and that it would be ideal not to do it again.
The same happens with Audrey, who says she has been harshly criticized during all the most critical moments of her life. This has made her feel bombarded with negativity.
However, despite all the negative comments and criticism, Audrey says she does not regret having participated in the show in recent years.
"You see, getting married, having a baby, and walking away from the TV show are some of the most freeing things Jer and I have ever done in our entire lives." Said Audrey.
The young couple is ready to embark on new adventures; in addition, they have all the support of their family. Although the departure of them from the program represents a great change, Amy Roloff decided to also publish a statement to express her unconditional support.